Razvan Cojanu believes explosive young heavyweight Daniel Dubois have made an error in judgement. They fight March 8.
Razvan Cojanu believes the decision-makers behind the fledgling career of explosive young heavyweight Daniel Dubois have made an error of judgement in their matchmaking for March 8.
The two heavyweights collide at the Royal Albert Hall in London in what will be a tenth professional fight for Dubois. The 21-year-old has already won the WBC Youth, Southern Area and English titles since making his debut in April 2017.
The California-based Cojanu has operated at a higher level in his 21 fights to date, challenging for the WBO title against then champion Joseph Parker and stepping in with the vastly experienced Luis Ortiz in the fight after the Cuban had WBC champ Deontay Wilder teetering on the brink of defeat in Brooklyn,New York.
Too much, too soon is the message from the 31-year-old Romanian. “I think his people have made a big mistake by fighting me now so early in his career," insisted Cojanu. "He’s got a lot to learn and this is a step too far.”
Cojanu, who was beaten on points last time out against Dubois’ domestic rival Nathan Gorman added that size does matter and he will prove as much on the night. “I don’t think Daniel has fought anyone bigger and stronger than him yet. When he gets in with me he will realise how hard the mountain is to climb.”